Anghami is a music streaming app that offers millions of Arabic and International music for users to listen on any mobile or tablet. Launched in December 2012, it is now the MENA region’s leading music service and has reached 4.5 million registered users to date coming from all over the world.
Anghami provides a legal way of accessing a large collection of tracks and albums from major and independent record labels. Anghami offers its users licensed content from the likes of Rotana, Platinum Records, Mazzika, and Melody. It also offers access to the international labels such as Universal, Sony, EMI and Warner, Beggars, Armada and many others. Anghami is on its way to hold a catalogue of 12 million tracks by mid-2014.
A free, ad-supported Anghami account gives users up to 4 and a half hours of streaming per month. For unlimited and ad-free streaming, users can pay for the “Anghami+” subscription. Through Anghami+ they can download as many songs as their phone can hold and listen offline. Right now, installing the app on your smartphone gives users a one month free trial of Anghami+.
Go Live Time
It takes 5-10 business days for content to go live in Anghami.
Anghami Territories (Where Music Sells)
Anghami is available in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and UAE.
How Anghami Sells Your Music
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Pay Rate (How Much Anghami Pays You)
When a subscriber streams your music, you get paid a proportionate share of Anghami's subscription revenue per month calculated on terms set out in TuneCore's blanket agreement with the store (this usually excludes streams during a subscriber's f ree trial). Payments will fluctuate each month, depending on the amount of subscription revenue generated and how often your music was streamed.
GOOD TO KNOW: We've built our TuneCore Music Publishing Administration to get songwriters (the person or entity that controls the copyright to the lyrics and melody of the composition) all their royalties from sales and use of their compositions around the world. To learn more about the additional separate royalties you earn as a Songwriter, see our Publishing Administration Help section.